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February 8th, 2013, 07:41 AM
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LOL Kellye! my kids can go either way. My daughter is usually pretty good about it (I know it's just because she's not on the spectrum and the other two are, so they have a harder time understanding needs outside their own). But my daughter usually rubs my back when I'm sick and she'll stop asking for things. Then she'll tell the boys, "Stop talking! Mommy's sick!" Not that they listen to her

The other day I was getting sick and my youngest just kept asking, "Can we go outside? Mom, can we go outside? Can we go outside mommy? Mommy? Mom, can we go outside?" I couldn't answer because I was puking. My daughter was like, "She can't answer you! She's throwing up!" So my youngest son went to the room and said to my oldest son, "Mommy's throwing up." and my oldest son says, "Did she say we could go outside?"

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